Opening a Probate for a Personal Injury, Mass Tort, or Other Lawsuit in Arkansas

We have all heard it and it is true, bad things happen to good people. Sometimes, those things involve a lawsuit after someone has passed away. When that happens there is a specific type of probate called a special administration. This type of probate is used to deal with one specific issue and not the…

Can I be fired if I have a medical marijuana card?

Many Arkansas medical marijuana cardholders have questions about whether they can be fired. The answer is that the Arkansas Constitution protects all medical marijuana cardholders from being fired for having a medical marijuana card. However, this is increasingly an issue. Many do not understand the law. According to this article in Arkansas Business, “there were…

Employment Law | Wrongful Dismissal   •    Jun 2 2021

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Out of State Probate (AKA Ancillary Probate)

Probate is a process that nobody wants to go through. That being said, if it is handled correctly it can lower the stress and the conflict between family members. In this article, we are going to explain how the probate process works if you have to open a probate in another state first and then…

Property Tax Sales in Arkansas

Tax sales are a special type of foreclosure sale that are conducted by the State to recover delinquent property taxes. Buying tax delinquent property in Arkansas has become an increasingly popular investment opportunity with many investors and even some individuals looking to purchase a home because the properties typically sell for pennies on the dollar…

Civil Law | Property Disputes   •    Dec 11 2020

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Owe money for Unemployment Overpayment?

I Owe Money for Unemployment Overpayment! During times of difficulty, while we are bombarded by the stresses of keeping the lights on and food on the table, we often do not pay as much attention as we should to the forms we are completing.  This can happen when applying for unemployment.  Perhaps you were able…

Bankruptcy   •    Sep 10 2020

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Can I take off from work if I or a family member gets the coronavirus?

If you or a family member have the coronavirus, there is a federal law called the Family & Medical Leave Act (FMLA)  that allows a qualified employee to take up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave within a 12-month period if they or an immediate family member requires care for a “serious health condition.” The…

Employment Law   •    Aug 14 2020

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